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April 7, 1999 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gordon Eubanks, chief executive of Symantec Corp. and a fixture in the software industry for two decades, said Tuesday that he will leave the leading maker of utility programs to head Oblix Inc., a Silicon Valley e-commerce start-up. Mountain View-based Oblix automates the process of tracking and updating employee and customer information over corporate networks and databases. Eubanks will stay with Symantec, in nearby Cupertino, until the company hires a new chief executive.
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April 7, 1999 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gordon Eubanks, chief executive of Symantec Corp. and a fixture in the software industry for two decades, said Tuesday that he will leave the leading maker of utility programs to head Oblix Inc., a Silicon Valley e-commerce start-up. Mountain View-based Oblix automates the process of tracking and updating employee and customer information over corporate networks and databases. Eubanks will stay with Symantec, in nearby Cupertino, until the company hires a new chief executive.
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April 15, 1999
Symantec Corp., maker of anti-virus and computer security software, named former IBM Corp. executive John W. Thompson its chief executive and president, replacing Gordon Eubanks, a software industry pioneer. Thompson, 49, was with IBM for almost three decades, most recently as general manager of its Americas unit. Last week, Eubanks resigned to become president and CEO of closely held software start-up Oblix Inc. Shares of Cupertino, Calif.
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June 17, 1999 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
A computer executive considered a close ally of Microsoft Corp. described the software giant as a "natural monopoly" in court Wednesday and said he agreed to promote some Microsoft products to maintain close relations with the software giant. Gordon Eubanks, chief executive of Oblix Inc. and the former chairman of Symantec Corp., which makes the popular Norton Utilities and other programs, made the remarks while testifying as a Microsoft witness in the landmark antitrust case.
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